Opening new doors 

in detection and treatment 

of diseases

Center for Molecular Medicine

making new discoveries about the molecular basis of human disease

Center for Clinical & Translational Research

discoveries from bench to bedside

Center for Outcomes Research & Evaluation

improving patient-centered outcomes

Center for Psychiatric Research 

discovering better treatments in behavioral healthcare

Noteworthy

National Institute on Aging (NIA) Regional Meeting

The NIA sponsored a Director’s Regional Meeting on November 7 at The University of Southern Maine, hosted by the Northern New England Clinical & Translational Research Network (NNE-CTR). Dr. Cliff Rosen, MMCRI Director of the Center for Clinical & Translational Research and Co-Principal Investigator for the NNE-CTR, gave opening remarks. This was a one-day meeting on research and training for individuals new to aging research as well as those underrepresented in aging research. 

Summer Student Research Program 
This year’s program included 28 students, including 22 undergraduates and 6 MaineTrack Tufts medical students.  Our summer group included 18 students with hometowns in Maine, and others from Vermont, New Hampshire, Florida, New York, Massachusetts, and Texas. Pictured with the students is Dr. Rob Koza, Faculty Scientist and the director of  the program. Thanks to all of our research mentors and sponsors of our program.

SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT
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